Internal Active Directory Syncing: Integrate your corporate structure with SMX services using Active Directory.

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ActiveSMX allows customers to integrate MS Active Directory information with SMX services to deploy email policies based on the roles and groups within their organization.

Data captured by ActiveSMX becomes available as pre-configured lists in the SMX SmartRules® module.  Email policy rules are then created, providing data loss prevention, guarding intellectual property and enforcing email policy compliance and tracking.

Emails matching pre-set rule criteria may be tracked, blocked, appended, copied or redirected to management, depending on the Active Directory group to which the user belongs.

SMX Active Directory syncing also supports email migration projects and consolidates email domain environments across multiple organizations.


Enforce HR Email Policy
Include or exclude users and/or groups from certain email content policies.

Honor Your Corporate Structure
Create role and group-based email permissions e.g. allow senior managers to send greater file sizes than other groups within a company.

Support Email Platform Migration
Configure groups in Active Directory to route email for certain users to the new platform during migration.

Manage Mergers and Acquisitions
Merge two Active Directory company domains to sync with a unified SMX service. Then re-route incoming email to either existing email infrastructure to enable a seamless merger.

How ActiveSMX Works

ActiveSMX runs as a read-only process inside your Windows environment, querying your Active Directory on a regular basis, pushing changes to the SMX cloud for integration with SMX services.

SMX SmartRules® then references the Active Directory data to configure email filtering policies based on these pre-configured user lists.

All Active Directory data passes to SMX’s cloud via an SSL-encrypted channel to prevent your data being intercepted by 3rd parties.

ActiveSMX requires Microsoft Windows 2003 or later and 64MB+ RAM for free memory.